“It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want—oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!”
― Mark Twain
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I love all your pictures and the cat in that box looking so nonchalant makes me laugh! What superb pink blossom and the wooden house on wheels is wonderful!
Your kitty seems to enjoy boxes. 😉
Are those blooming trees from Yreka?
Here in Weed we seem to be a bit “slower” with the spring. Cannot believe how warm it was today.
Christie is obsessed with boxes. 🙂
Yes, those are blooming trees in Yreka. They are so beautiful! Hopefully, spring will reach Weed soon.
A Brompton! How fun! I love mine. It is SO fun to ride. Enjoy yours!
Beautiful photos Tammy. It is interesting reading your blog heading into Spring as here in Australia we are heading into Autumn. Best wishes to you on the other side of the world.
I just started your new book and I am absolutely smitten with it. What a wonderful idea which proved to be a life saver too. It is beyond adorable. Just had to pop over to see your blog and let you know.
Gorgeous post, Tammy. Thanks for spreading the spring sunshine and blooms. Portland (Maine!) is finally getting its first taste of spring this week.
Your pics are lovely. I love the simplicity and the beauty. Beautiful work.
So nice. The pink trees or Cherry Blossoms are my favorite. Thanks for sharing.
Haha, what is it with cats and boxes? And it always looks so cute.
Hi Tammy, I see the BBC has finally discovered the tiny house movement!
OMG! A Tumbleweed Home! Did you make it or buy it? Which model? Do you have pics of inside? What’s your story? I haven’t looked further than this post yet, but have you already blogged about it?
Marcene – Please explore this page: http://www.rowdykittens.com/our-tiny-house/
If you want to learn more about my story, please read my book “You Can Buy Happiness (and It’s Cheap).” Learn more about my books here: http://www.rowdykittens.com/writing/
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